General Manager of the Inglewood Community Association
The Inglewood Community Association (ICA) is looking for a new General Manager for our Community Hall and related activities. The ICA is a non-profit society and is a dynamic, active organization with over 150 volunteers providing many services for the community. The main building is 9,500 ft2 with three rental spaces, plus a Skate Shack (2,900 ft2), an outdoor rink and mature grounds.
The General Manager is the liaison between the ICA Board, staff and members of the public, and works closely with various Board members, the ICA Bookkeeper and volunteers to ensure that the ICA’s mandate, business needs and financial responsibilities are met.
Reporting to the President (or designate) of the ICA, you will be managing the day-to-day operations of the ICA facilities, the ICA office, staff and finances. This role requires an individual with strong organizational, problem-solving, time-management, technical, customer service and communication skills.
This is a full-time position. Hours and schedule will vary according to hall rental bookings, staff availability and workload, and will include some evenings and weekends. Flexibility is a must.
The General Manager is responsible for:
- ensuring the security, cleanliness and maintenance of the ICA buildings, facilities, grounds and equipment
- managing hall rentals and events with the help of the Assistant Manager
- the health and safety of staff and visitors to the Hall, including implementing changes to the current Coronavirus-mitigation measures, as necessary
- office administration, processing receivables and payables, banking, record-keeping and filing of back-up paperwork for annual audit purposes
- effective and efficient resource allocation within allocated budgets
- inventory control and purchasing of equipment and supplies, as needed
- submitting monthly reports to the ICA Board, escalating project risks and issues as needed, and attending meetings when required
- grant funding applications for facility maintenance and capital projects, project management, tracking financials and accounting for grant funds
- ensuring compliance with standard operating procedures and creating new procedures when required
- measuring management performance using appropriate systems, tools and techniques and looking for new efficiencies
- other duties as required
Skills & Knowledge Requirements
- At least 2 years’ experience in a management and/or office administration position. Previous Community Hall management experience would be ideal.
- Experience in facility operations management, human resources, book-keeping or event management would be a definite asset
- Prior experience working with a non-profit organization, managing volunteers, community-building projects, fundraising and/or volunteering with a community association is preferred
- Relevant post-secondary education, ideally achieved to degree level, or equivalent experience in a related field
- Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Excellent problem-solving and decision-making skills
- Drive and energy to achieve desired results
- Must possess qualities of integrity, fair-mindedness, and the ability to influence, persuade and create positive relationships
- Working knowledge of Excel (spreadsheets) and database management
The deadline for receiving applications is: September 25 at 5pm
We invite all qualified candidates to send their resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
We thank everyone for their interest, however only successful applicants will be contacted. No recruiters and no phone calls please!